Wadda Plantation Contact Details

Employment Information

Wadda is a progressive, responsible employer. We are committed to policies of equal opportunity, and a safe workplace free from discrimination. See more on our conditions of employment here

We are often seeking new casual employees, and from time to time have long term positions available. Please feel free to contact us on (07) 4064 5233 and leave your contact details. We will call you back.

Michael Gallagher

Michael Gallagher is responsible for marketing and quality issues. Contact him on supply matters only (07) 4064 5233 between 6:30 am and 4:30 pm Monday to Friday, or by e-mail: michael (at) waddabananas.com.au . After hours, Mike can be contacted on supply matters by mobile.

Robert Gallagher

Robert is responsible for management of field operations, including nutrient management. "We have high expectations of our selves and our product. We constantly explore ways to improve our use of inputs and resources to achieve our eco-efficiency goals for the farm."

Mark Gallagher

Mark handles resource management issues for the business. "In everything that we do here at Wadda, we seek a balance," Mark notes. "Finding that balance is the key to sustainability."

Current projects include revegetation along several kilometres of the North Johnstone River, and in selected areas of the farm to enlarge some areas of remnant vegetation. In addition, a silt trap was constructed this year with support from our regional natural resources board, Terrain.

Mark can be contacted by e-mail: mark (at) waddabananas.com.au or by telephone on (07) 4064 5233 between 12:30 pm and 3:30 pm Monday to Friday.

Carol Dixon

Carol is our main administrative contact in respect of accounts. She is available on (07) 4064 5233 from 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, or by email: carol (at) waddabananas.com.au .

Kristy

Kristy is our admin assistant. She's the key food safety person and maintains our SQF system.

Other

Facsimile: (07) 4064 5113

 

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